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2022-06-29 2:00:39 PM  
Crypto to the moon?
 
2022-06-29 2:02:37 PM  
That the rich are going to get richer while we suffer a "recession."
 
2022-06-29 2:04:36 PM  
I've started to notice a stabilization of prices over the past two weeks (at least where I'm at there haven't been any noticeable price increases.) I hope the end of inflation is near.
 
2022-06-29 2:10:10 PM  

Thoreny: I've started to notice a stabilization of prices over the past two weeks (at least where I'm at there haven't been any noticeable price increases.) I hope the end of inflation is near.


Beer is surprisingly still affordable.
 
2022-06-29 2:17:18 PM  

Thoreny: I've started to notice a stabilization of prices over the past two weeks (at least where I'm at there haven't been any noticeable price increases.) I hope the end of inflation is near.


Gas is down $.10-$.15/gal.  Given the reasons gas is so expensive I'd expect prices to be closer to $4-$4.50 as the new norm even if Russia left Ukraine.
 
2022-06-29 2:58:00 PM  
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2022-06-29 2:58:36 PM  
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"Don't run when you lose, don't whine when it hurts. It's like first grade. No one likes a crying baby."

 
2022-06-29 3:37:38 PM  
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2022-06-29 3:49:24 PM  
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2022-06-29 4:06:17 PM  
The Fed will do what it does best - wait too long then overreact. The first part has been accomplished and the second is underway. The thing is, people pulled a bunch of money out of the markets. It's parked on the sidelines now, and there's not much they can do with it other than put it back into the markets.
 
2022-06-29 4:36:22 PM  
Most people will feel some sort of negative effect financially, big or infinitesimal, but the privileged few will continue becoming more wealthy.

And we will continue to allow it to happen while all we do is a lot of frivolous biatching and whining amongst each other
 
2022-06-29 4:36:38 PM  
If you are able to and have stable employment and the means, use this opportunity to increase your contributions to your retirement fund at work.  Even if you can only up it a few percent.   This kind of crap happens every ten years and its a rare chance to come out better in a year or so if history maintains.

/the boomers had it much easier with pensions and pretty much everything else in this god forsaken world.
 
2022-06-29 4:43:29 PM  

Kellner21: And we will continue to allow it to happen while all we do is a lot of frivolous biatching and whining amongst each other


...but the true gains are all the friends we make along the way!
 
2022-06-29 7:07:29 PM  
Like a market 8 ball of coke?
 
2022-06-29 8:04:46 PM  
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2022-06-29 9:03:56 PM  
What does past performance indicate about the second half of 2022?

In this case, the answer is not NO.

It's NOthing.

Should be interesting in Oct/Nov time-frame as fund "managers" try desperately to make it look like they had some clue this year.
 
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